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Saint Marys, GA

#1 Jan 10, 2013
Please provide a list of ARMED mass murders who belonged to the NRA.

That's why we need to protect our families from you.
anon

Herndon, PA

#2 Jan 10, 2013
today's nra is basically a terrorist organization lobbying for legislation like permitting persons on the no-fly list to still buy weapons and prohibiting doctors from asking those seeking mental health treatment if there are any weapons in the home and on and on.

in the old days they taught gun safety and field safety period. now it's all about lobbying for bad laws and for or against candidates that can or can't be bought.

of the 130 million gun owners, a little over 3 percent belong which is around 4 million and that number is probably a stretch. they need to go. bad for our country.
nra

Saint Marys, GA

#3 Jan 10, 2013
anon wrote:
today's nra is basically a terrorist organization lobbying for legislation like permitting persons on the no-fly list to still buy weapons and prohibiting doctors from asking those seeking mental health treatment if there are any weapons in the home and on and on.
in the old days they taught gun safety and field safety period. now it's all about lobbying for bad laws and for or against candidates that can or can't be bought.
of the 130 million gun owners, a little over 3 percent belong which is around 4 million and that number is probably a stretch. they need to go. bad for our country.
No, crazy killing insane people need to go and were here to help them on their way.

Since: Oct 12

Herndon, PA

#4 Jan 10, 2013
You mean the operate like any other intrest group?
I have yet to see liberal minded people attack pharmaceutical companys. Yet all the recent shooters were on, or coming off some powerful mind altering drugs. Drugs that plainly warn you that they can lead to suicide and crazy thoughts. All you want to talk about is the NRA.
They probably have a bigger lobby than the NRA. And richer, whiter men to demonize. Why don't you get all worked up over that?
heydumbfeces

Herndon, PA

#5 Jan 11, 2013
nra wrote:
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No, crazy killing insane people need to go and were here to help them on their way.
Hey dumb shit, "crazy" and "insane" people need medical care and treatment. It's an illness and/or disease causing their actions. They are our neighbors, family and friends. And in case you can't connect the dots, if these people didn't have unfettered access to guns they would not be able to commit these horrible, deadly killings.
nra

Saint Marys, GA

#6 Jan 11, 2013
Well my naive cretin. I suggest if any "crazy" and "insane" person armed and loaded were coming at me , my family or for that matter any innocent bystander they would not have to worry about their next counselling session.
beer maker

Phenix City, AL

#7 Jan 11, 2013
So you wish to disarm everyone? Why not give up your car because someone killed another with a car? I know of someone who killed another with a baseball bat do you want me to give up my kids bat? Maybe those who are taking care of the crazy/insane should disarm them. Wait maybe the cops should go after the care takers also....bottom line a gun is a TOOL. As such it must be used correctly.
Anon

Herndon, PA

#8 Jan 12, 2013
nra wrote:
Well my naive cretin. I suggest if any "crazy" and "insane" person armed and loaded were coming at me , my family or for that matter any innocent bystander they would not have to worry about their next counselling session.
How about if it's your son or grandson? You're gonna just murder them right there in the kitchen even though they don't know what their doing. You'd be better off not having the damn guns around where they could get to them in the first place. It's tough committing mass murder on a grand scale with a kitchen knife or a screwdriver. Not too tough with an assault rifle daddy just had to have to prove his manliness.
nra

Saint Marys, GA

#9 Jan 12, 2013
One in five homes will suffer a home invasion crime.

The moment before the Monster plunges his knife into your loved one will you have second thoughts about not properly protecting your family?

Oh thats right, that always happens to someone else.
Anon

Herndon, PA

#10 Jan 12, 2013
nra wrote:
One in five homes will suffer a home invasion crime.
In what, a thousand-year period?

Give us the reference links or STFU because you definitely don't know what your talking about.

“Make St. Marys great again! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#11 Jan 12, 2013
Anon wrote:
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In what, a thousand-year period?
Give us the reference links or STFU because you definitely don't know what your talking about.
Perhaps he was including visits from Northern relatives and mothers-in-law.
Dont shoot the messenger

Saint Marys, GA

#12 Jan 12, 2013
"Because home invasions are typically filed as a robbery, burglary, battery, assault, rape, or murder, keeping the public informed of the frequency of home invasions within their communities is difficult. However, thanks to data gathered by the FBI and Statistics USA, we’re able to get a better idea of the prevalence of this sinister crime:"
Home burglaries occur approximately every 15 seconds in the U.S.
Most home intruders force their way into homes through the front door.
From 1994 to 2000, an average of 3,600,000 home invasions occurred each year.
In the U.S. alone, 1 out of every 5 homes will be victimized by a violent home invasion or burglary.
anon

Herndon, PA

#13 Jan 12, 2013
Dont shoot the messenger wrote:
"Because home invasions are typically filed as a robbery, burglary, battery, assault, rape, or murder, keeping the public informed of the frequency of home invasions within their communities is difficult. However, thanks to data gathered by the FBI and Statistics USA, we’re able to get a better idea of the prevalence of this sinister crime:"
Home burglaries occur approximately every 15 seconds in the U.S.
Most home intruders force their way into homes through the front door.
From 1994 to 2000, an average of 3,600,000 home invasions occurred each year.
In the U.S. alone, 1 out of every 5 homes will be victimized by a violent home invasion or burglary.
i'm skeptical about your info as well. 1 in 5 homes every year? come on, i don't think so. i'm 60 years old and have experienced 0.

so i checked your quote above. it comes from: "Global Security Experts ("GSE") Inc., offers a diverse selection of security products and services for consumers."

in other words, it's an effing sales pitch from a company selling security products for residential use. get real.

so if you or nra expect anyone to buy this line, give us some verifiable, legit references, or, well, you know what to do. we don't cotton well to lying on topix and we'll call you out.
Hey stretch of truth

Saint Marys, GA

#14 Jan 12, 2013
anon wrote:
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i'm skeptical about your info as well. 1 in 5 homes every year? come on, i don't think so. i'm 60 years old and have experienced 0.
so i checked your quote above. it comes from: "Global Security Experts ("GSE") Inc., offers a diverse selection of security products and services for consumers."
in other words, it's an effing sales pitch from a company selling security products for residential use. get real.
so if you or nra expect anyone to buy this line, give us some verifiable, legit references, or, well, you know what to do. we don't cotton well to lying on topix and we'll call you out.
Who the "f" are you calling a liar? Me, Global, FBI statistics, Bush, Romney, or any other source you don't agree with? I on the other hand believe gutless wonders like you. I truly think you believe your own crap. Ever live in a neighborhood where bars on the windows are required? Didn't think so!
anon

Herndon, PA

#15 Jan 12, 2013
Hey stretch of truth wrote:
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Who the "f" are you calling a liar? Me, Global, FBI statistics, Bush, Romney, or any other source you don't agree with? I on the other hand believe gutless wonders like you. I truly think you believe your own crap. Ever live in a neighborhood where bars on the windows are required? Didn't think so!
sure, i'll call you effing liar if you want you effing liar, but i don't know why you'd want to be called an effing liar since i asked the other writer for the verifiable references/links/citations regarding the 1 in 5 home invasions per year bs not you. happy now?
Say what

Saint Marys, GA

#16 Jan 13, 2013
anon wrote:
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sure, i'll call you effing liar if you want you effing liar, but i don't know why you'd want to be called an effing liar since i asked the other writer for the verifiable references/links/citations regarding the 1 in 5 home invasions per year bs not you. happy now?
Just another left wing Keyboard Coward.

“Make St. Marys great again! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#17 Jan 13, 2013
Here's a product I have installed in my front door.

I highly recommend it. You can find the needed hole saw at Lowes, by the way.

I'm thinking seriously about installing a second one down lower for C.J.

http://www.doorscopes.net/

And yes, you really can see who's out there from 7 feet away on the inside of the house. The wide angle lens lets you see right down to the very bottom of your door. It's in focus from just outside the door to my neigbors' house across the street.
Rum

Herndon, PA

#18 Jan 13, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Here's a product I have installed in my front door.
I highly recommend it. You can find the needed hole saw at Lowes, by the way.
I'm thinking seriously about installing a second one down lower for C.J.
http://www.doorscopes.net/
And yes, you really can see who's out there from 7 feet away on the inside of the house. The wide angle lens lets you see right down to the very bottom of your door. It's in focus from just outside the door to my neigbors' house across the street.
So Jay, how many home invasions have you had in the past ten years? And what was the outcome to both occupants and intruders? And how did the intruder(s) get past the doorscope security?

“Make St. Marys great again! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#19 Jan 13, 2013
Zero. They know better.

Thanks for making my point, Commie-Lib fool.
Anon

Herndon, PA

#20 Jan 13, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Zero. They know better.
Thanks for making my point, Commie-Lib fool.
And thank you for helping to make the point that the one in five home invasion statement is ridiculous. I am nearly 80 and I have never suffered a home invasion. No one in my family and none of my friends have. I don't even know anyone who has suffered a home invasion.

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